Conversation with Senior Advocate Arvind Datar

Arvind Datar

Bar & Bench speaks with Senior Advocate Arvind Datar, who has been a practicing lawyer for more than three decades. In this interview, he talks about his initial years and how writing books helped boost his practice. The senior counsel also shares his views on the collegium system of appointing judges, the condition of tribunals, and judges taking up post retirement posts.

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R.AMIZHDHU AND ...

February 23, 2014 - 8:35pm

as we are advocates watching the performance of the senior we know he is an outstanding lawyer with immense knowledge and knows the court craft. he is firm in his argument at the same time he knows how to convince the court. intra- court appeal may not be a good practice as the case is decided by a different bench which should not be parallely dealt with another bench. there may be conflict which may create a confusion. most importantly it is the duty of the court to record the objections of the lawyer so that the justification of his objection or otherwise may be decided in the future as these judgments are going to be case laws to be followed in the future. A brilliant lawyer, GOOD FRIEND AND A PERSON SHOULD BE FOLLOWED.

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R.AMIZHDHU AND S.PARIMALA AMIZHDHU

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Ajinkya Sathye

February 23, 2014 - 8:26pm

Sir, it was a truly inspiring interview. I , myself just started practicing law. Your interview is really inspiring. It will encourage me to start my own individual practice as I also do not have any legal background. It is really an inspiring and encouraging for budding lawyers.

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Ajinkya Sathye

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sunil

February 23, 2014 - 7:51pm

i agree with the view of Advocate Mr. Datar

sunil

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sunil

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Mayur Shanbhag

February 23, 2014 - 3:55pm

i agree with the view taken by Sr.Adv. Arvind Datar. If some work like granting adjournment by consent of both parties or proving service of summons is assigned to Registrars or retired judges, the disposal would increase.

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Mayur Shanbhag

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Aniket Pandey

February 23, 2014 - 11:12am

Sir, your application of Japanese principle on courts to increase the efficiency in disposal of case is the most fascinating part of the interview.

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Aniket Pandey

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